Developmental Delays

This is when a child is not reaching the expected developmental milestone within the expected time period. 

What is Developmental Delays?

This is when a child is not reaching the expected developmental milestone within the expected time period. 

Areas of development include physical  (e.g. crawling and walking) or language (e.g. making full sentences) or independence (e.g. toilet training) or social and emotional (playing with other children). 

Every child is different and what is considered age-appropriate may differ depending on genetics and environment. Early support to help manage expectations and prevent worsening of conditions is key.

Looking for help with other common concerns that your child may be experiencing? Find more concerns here.

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How do we support your child?

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  • Online assessments through observations and parent interviews 
  • Regular therapeutic intervention with parent and child using play as a medium 
  • Refer to other professionals when necessary

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Looking for help with other common concerns that may be experienced by your child? Find more concerns here.

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How Does Online Therapy Work?

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